California Land Development negotiated the purchase of a 60-acre parcel to facilitate the development of 226 single family lots and a private park. Infrastructure needs meant that the development of the Tracy project required significant coordination between the development team and the City of Tracy. CA Land Development partnered with a private developer to acquire the sewer allotments necessary for the development of the 225 single family homes.

Stewart’s outreach to adjacent landowners and collaboration with city officials led to the development of this project as the centerpiece of the City of Tracy.

  • Land Acquisition
  • Oversee civil engineering
  • Architectural Planning
  • Coordination of environmental consultants
  • Political advocacy and strategizing